Colorado has the highest average elevation of any state (6800 feet) with more than 2 vertical miles between its highest (Mt. Elbert - 14,433') and lowest (Arikaree River - 3,315') points. It is home to 58 named peaks more than 14,000 feet high.
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The locations of Colorado's 58 named peaks over 14,000 feet above sea level are shown below by the red triangles.
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